a dilettante: acoustic, electric, alternative rock, subliminal, political, mindless schlock, underground, hate, love suicide, republican, debate, my inner child
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Formed spontaneously in 1995 with the composition of the now classic "Hall's Way." Throughout the years, the band has produced such diverse cult hits as "J.C. (Jesus Commercialization)" and "Grey Idol" but the level of relative crappiness has remained the same. Come for the teen angst ("Garage Number 74"), stay for the heavy-handed political messages ("Jenna").
Two obscure bands. One from Washington that came to an unfortunate end on April 8, 1994 and a British band that released a lot of love songs in the '60s. I hope to achieve the critical and popular success that these bands could not.
Early songs: Gateway PC with Pentium II 400 processor, Cakewalk Home Studio, standard PC mic, Washburn electric, Oscar Schmidt acoustic, and Peavey amp.
Recent songs: Custom PC with Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz processor, Creative X-Fi sound card, Samson C01U mic, Sonar Home Studio 4, Washburn electric, Oscar Schmidt acoustic, and Peavey amp.